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Old 03-03-2014, 09:59 PM
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the opto pure is also an excellent suggestion, despite being technically a putter. it has a very drive-friendly shape and it is tied as the straightest disc i've ever thrown . . . but the opto pure is easier to throw straight than a comet.

i know you already found your mid, but if you ever look for a putter that does the same thing, that's your guy.
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I do like the pure, but for some reason the opto just isnt for me. I prefer the ZH. If anybody wants to get rid of a brinster bird, I got two opto pures ready for ya :-) one pink on pink and the other ironman...just saying
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Best kept secret: DGA. The Squall is an awesome midrange, but for lasers w/o fade, pick up a proline Aftershock. Minimal fade. Low profile similar to a roc, but tighter flight line. If you want to try something less known, but amazingly accurate, give it a shot.
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glad to help for the understable hyzer flip shots, i use a prodigy M4. i use it on all types of shots. it takes more knowledge of the disc to throw understable, but the rewards are very high once you get to know a disc's overall response to spin and angle. you can always compensate for the turn with more or less angle depending on what the shot demands.

in my opinion, stable to overstable discs have drawn many players away from actually learning different types of spin and angles. while yes, they are predictable, that aspect is only good for so much. if you want an understable disc to fly predictably, you gotta learn it..
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